Keeping a tidy desktop on Windows 10 is not always a simple and easy process. In addition to the many icons that we managed to accumulate, there are still many elements that we may have there causing confusion and disturbing everything we want to do.
One of the most normal situations is to be flooded with windows, which we open as we need. This ballast accumulates and then it becomes complicated to fix or minimize everything we want. Windows 10 has an option that is barely visible and that quickly helps in this process.
As with browser tabs, it is normal for any user to have more windows open than they really need. These accumulate and only when we have a lack of resources do we think of closing unnecessary ones.
How to stack desktop windows in a stack
Of course, this is not always possible and we really have to keep the windows open. In the midst of this chaos, it is difficult to manage stowage these elements, which makes the situation even worse. To help there is an option in the context menu of the taskbar.
When you right-click on it you will see the menu appear and then find the option Cascading windows. You just need to choose it and automatically Windows 10 will do the stacking of these, always leaving the possibility to identify and access them much easier.
How to reverse the Windows 10 change
However, if you want to go back to the chaos or the apparent arrangement you get, this is a process that can be reversed. Note that for this, they cannot change the order of the windows that are on the Windows 10 desktop.
Bringing back the previous order is just as simple. Just right-click on the same location and access the previous menu. Then, and below, you will have the option Undo all cascading windows.
You will notice, however, that this option of presenting in a stack is not the only option available. There is also the possibility to show the windows stacked or side by side, so that you can even more efficiently occupy the Windows 10 screen. You just need to test and see which one best fits in the confusion that sometimes exists.